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ATEED CEO Nick Hill on coping with the $14m APTR budget hole
24 Apr 2020   /

ATEED CEO Nick Hill on coping with the $14m APTR budget hole

Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development has paused selected marketing activity, and is not replacing non-essential vacant roles as part of a cost-cutting drive following the year-long suspension of the APTR.


Hotel owners want more from Auckland Council
21 Apr 2020   /

Hotel owners want more from Auckland Council

Auckland Council is being asked to go further than putting a hold on the Auckland Provider Targeted Rate until March 2021.


Auckland Council suspends APTR, saves industry $14m
20 Apr 2020   /

Auckland Council suspends APTR, saves industry $14m

However, it plans to resume the charge once investment in visitor attraction is needed.


Ratepayer group calls for ATEED, APTR to be scrapped
9 Apr 2020   /

Ratepayer group calls for ATEED, APTR to be scrapped

The Auckland Ratepayers’ Alliance is calling for Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development to be scrapped, saying its role of promoting tourism and events is redundant.


Goff “disappointed” at accommodation rate appeal
9 Mar 2020  

Goff “disappointed” at accommodation rate appeal

Auckland mayor Phil Goff is disappointed that a group of hotel and motel owners has decided to appeal the High Court’s decision upholding the Auckland Accommodation Provider Targeted Rate (APTR).


Why industry lost its case against Auckland’s targeted rate
14 Feb 2020   /

Why industry lost its case against Auckland’s targeted rate

Why were the arguments made against Auckland Council’s APTR rejected?


Boult: Auckland court decision “encouraging” for resort’s bed tax
12 Feb 2020   /

Boult: Auckland court decision “encouraging” for resort’s bed tax

Queenstown’s mayor says Auckland’s success in the High Court augurs well for the resort’s proposed bed tax.